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    I want to enter a condition based on two fields matching.

    Asked by DanBlum on December 02, 2011 at 11:57 AM

    On my form I want to implement the classic " email address" and have a "verify email address" field.   I was going to use a condition to test whether the two fieldsmismatch, and if so put up a message in an HTML field.  But, the condition mechanism seems not to accept a comparison of two fields....it only allows comparison of a field to a constant.    How can I do this?

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    Answered by paoloumali on December 02, 2011 at 12:37 PM


    This concern has been raised before as I was attempting the same email confirmation function.

    This is in the developer's list and so a good place to follow on updates will be in this thread.

    Although that is being particular in email validation, I have added some updates that this could extend on having a second input box confirm the value of the first input field.

    Like what you pointed, we currently have comparison to a Constant or a well-defined set like when you have an existing select/dropdown field, you are able to match something to the option selected.

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